Pasadena area real-estate and development roundup

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  • There will be a ribbon-cutting Monday for the new Jet Propulsion Laboratory Flight Projects Center at 4800 Oak Grove in Pasadena. The structure was designed by Irvine-based architecture firm LPA Inc. (via CurbedLA)

  • Would you prefer two years of NFL games in Downtown Los Angeles or Pasadena? What Majestic Realty’s John Semcken wants, he almost always gets. (via CurbedLA)

  • The Pasadena Convention Center has received a
    Best of 2009 award from California Construction for its $150 million
    expansion project.
    (via Star-News)


  • Elected officials gave the hard-sell for Gold Line Foothill Extension funding Wednesday. (via Star-News)

Residential real-estate highlights:

  • An abandoned mid-century Pasadena home with three bedrooms and one-and-three-quarter bathrooms is on the market for $550,000. (via CurbedLA)

  • Legal consultant Stuart A. Forsyth and Mary J. Forsyth have listed a two-bedroom, two-bath home at 455 Cherry Dr. in Pasadena for $1.195 million. (via BlockShopper)

Scenes from the Temple City fall festival

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Sidra Rajani, 3, of Arcadia swings by the pumpkin patch Saturday at Temple City Park
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Anna Halverson, 17, of Temple City High School’s Brighter Side Singers sings “Johnny One Note”
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A crowd cheers on the Brighter Side Singers
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A visit to the petting zoo
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(Photos by Sarah Reingewirtz / Staff)

Pasadena area real-estate roundup

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  • Take up residence in a “posh principality” — aka San Marino. A 1936 ranch house being sold as-is, and you have to see this photo gallery (via CurbedLA).

This week’s residential real-estate highlights via BlockShopper Los Angeles: